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"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:15 min | 2 months ago

"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Clouds on Sunday, maybe a shower, especially late in the day or in the evening temperatures Sunday in the mid fifties right now, 55 degrees in Boston. Two weeks from today is Thanksgiving. But how much of the holiday could be in trouble? If covert numbers continued to rise? The Midwest is now facing higher death totals. Then the South had during its summer surge in California is about to join Texas and hitting a million Covic cases. Infectious disease specialist, Dr Todd Element from South Shore Hospital says the nation is heading in the wrong direction and fast. I do believe that there are going to have to be shut down, so I'm hoping that there won't have to be a national shutdown. One New York doctors recommending people stay home for Thanksgiving in either turkey sandwich, Dr. Bruce Hirsch of the New Hyde Park based North well health Along with other health experts are fearful that large indoor celebrations during the holiday could lead to another covert outbreak. Hershon in Texas disease specialist says to keep family gathering Small because the risk of spreading covert 19 is too great With Thanksgiving around the corner. Grocery shopping will be a big deal. The next couple of weeks. Stores are already asking customers not to Ford with rising Cove in 19 rates nationally grocery store chains they're seeing increased demand on staples again, some putting limits on toilet paper and other goods. Kroger CEO Rodney McMullen telling ABC News his company has been prepping for Thanksgiving first six months, But he says customers need to go easy there. Syria ask our customers, you know, Buy what you need, but on Li, Buy what you need, like stone. He be seniors a community nursing Peabody is making it her mission this Thanksgiving to deliver a fresh and free turkey meal to anyone who needs it. And this isn't the first year Gina Goodwin has been delivering free meals for Thanksgiving that five years ago with about 50 miles in this year. As of this morning we hit, I think, 1620 Covert. 19, she says, now has her making meals almost around the clock in the lead up to the holiday goes on and on how much destruction covert 19 has caused. Like a minimal but she's ready to take on any request. She's got family friends, even a local hockey team helping her deliver these meals. The holiday spirit is what keeps her going gratifying that anything you like that all of these families are going to be able to go out and enjoy a nice meal together. If you're looking to help you can donate find her at Gina's Thanksgiving fund raiser on Facebook. Jim McKay, WBC Boston's news radio. And what about those birds? You know the turkeys? With BC Is Karen Regal gives us a Bird's eye perspective Radio news in Turkey's All right fella, babies and now it's time to go to our live from. Well, Let's just say we go hand and wing. I asked Nevins farming with doing about how turkeys wild turkeys live their lives. They're tough creatures, says Nevins. Barn manager Roger Lose a Why the mid 18 hundreds. They were gone. There were no turkeys left the Massachusetts sometime in the seventies after toothless fishing while I went to New York and captured some that we put in transplant. Jose says wild turkeys are very intelligent and will defend their territory like a Red Sox fan yelling at a Yankees fan outside the cask and flag and so don't mess with them at any rate, W B Z Boston's news radio Go to Wall Street. Shall we can't do anything more with that, Andrew. Okay. Is that Bloomberg? I will say the markets today.

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"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:41 min | 2 months ago

"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"For toilet paper and other items as covert 19 cases and jitters over new potential staying home orders climb. My good friend Rodney McMullen, nation's largest supermarket, said it implemented limits few days ago to be proactive, adding that has not seen a jump in demand for key staples, including paper towels, disinfecting wipes and soap and toilet paper. Company said they haven't had any difficulties yet, but says to ensure that all customers have access to what they need. We proactively and temporarily set purchase limits for two per customer and certain products. So this is to keep a run on the store. You know, I'm saying It's going to run because There's rumors and I think what I'll do. It's a sheriff Dave's permission in 20 minutes. I'll call Mike off Mike DeWine off the air. See if we come on there, because that is a news conference on Thursday, it seemed rather dire. That Ah, more strong measures may be taken because of the uptick and cove. It's 19. There are judges and and lawyers all over that. I know that have covert 19 majority of whom have Little or no symptoms, but a couple of them have rather serious symptoms. And so we're going to see what happens And this comes at a time when Goingto have difficulties because of the weather. Also wanna compliment Allison Rogers and her husband, Josh. She's AH weather meteorologist Allison Rogers, a channel five. Engaged for 18 hours before tying the knot in August. Oneness plan, But there was a cancer diagnosis flipped their world upside down. Took the plunge in the marriage quickly haven't looked back. And Robinson. The husband, Josh Robinson was diagnosed with cancer and I haven't met my knowledge. I've not met Allison Rogers of Channel five, but they live in Hyde Park. I've been looking at engagement rings. He was diagnosed with classical Hodgkin lymphoma. Cancer was caught early. The prognosis is good. But with that Josh Robinson asked Allison Rogers to marry him. And I got done within about 18 hours. And they decided to skip the engagement and skip all the planning went to the courthouse got married, said We're going to live our lives because tomorrow is promised to No one. And that brings to mind I got to get to the calls. I know. That Ah, in the law, I've never had a closer friend in my life than Stephen R. Adams. Just a wonderful person. A great father. Spectacular lawyer. Who was killed on Sunday morning. Tomorrow. Saturday at 1 30. There's a public celebration of life in the boathouse. And no one lived their life more fully and had more friends and more Maura friendliness. And Stephen are Adams he basically created in this community. The idea. But if you could stop by the Po Po And you blow above the limit point a waiter for many years of his 0.0.10. That number one. You shouldn't say no to the Po Po and number two. Those are things you should fight. He created the idea that a 0.10 r 0.8. It's not tantamount to guilty, took the same coursework as cops would take any tore apart what they were taught, and he had experts that would tear apart the cross examination. Through a cross examination of those who gave the breathalyser the in toxic Leiser. He was riding his bike. In which he loved to do. He was an avid physical fitness nut, Steven are Adam's represented Ohio in AA and in various athletic pursuits, the Iron man competitions in which he would swim 2.5 miles in the ocean. And then he would bicycle for 50 Miles, and then he would run a marathon after that. All in one day consecutively. And the only thing I could do because of hip and knee problems towards the end was riding a bicycle. Getting assuming polls is difficult and, of course, very difficult also to be running marathons all the time, but almost every day. It would take his bicycle. And he would go down Eastern Avenue from the boathouse. He loved the boathouse and he'd go down Eastern Avenue Hook up with Logan Airport Dude, like the six mile around the berm and then go back. Take about an hour and 10 minutes cleared his mind, for reasons unclear. There was a vehicle on Sunday morning about 6 45 am that hit the bicycle of my friend, Steven R. Adams, who office with two days before his death. Came over our house and by the way when Penny My wife. The people's Judge got out of law school, Ron Penny Otto hired her as a magistrate for six years. And D are court and then she wanted prosecutorial experience. And Joe Deters hired Penny. But most importantly, He said to Steven R. Adams wanted you train our new prosecutor, Penny cutting him. She stayed there under Steve's to Leeds for about two years, and then governor Voinovich appointed her To the To the bench. First A. D. R. She received every award. The Bar association could give her And then she was appointed by Governor Taft to the Ohio Court of Appeals, where she stayed for more than 12 years. What began with Steven Adams. Helping my wife in the prosecutor's office and that, along with Ron Pani Otto launched her To her career in the law, and she retired with the thanks of a grateful nation about a year ago. And we saw him invited him over. He came over the house about once or twice a month for sitting on the kitchen table. Talk about our seminar. We have justice Sharon Kennedy on the phone. Talking about availabilities in December were discussing whether or not it makes sense to do illegal seminar In this climate, we decided to delay it. And that was a seminar at the Hyatt Regency once a year that Steve created 10 years ago in which 100 lawyers and judges and prosecutors would come to the Hyatt So listen to Steve Adams Talk about developments and dio I drug and alcohol law, and he would teach prosecutors and judges about the new developments. And the law. He wrote several books. Most recently it was called by Black Jack about howto have defense lawyers. On a vehicular incident. To represent clients. You were wrongfully charged. It is so ironic that my friend spent his life representing individuals in vehicular incidents and he dies in a vehicular incident. I spoke to some law enforcement officials this morning. About the person that did this to my friend. And I understand there may be some developments happening over the weekend or next week. But nonetheless, it puts in perspective, things that we think are important. And it's important to have the right political leadership. It's important to have a job or a career that is interesting and provocative. It's important to have a few bucks in the bank and pass it on to your loved ones. But when something happens like this to a friend You didn't need to die. He had done nothing wrong in his life that would cause his death and he was exercising. One might argue whether or not being in the dark on Eastern Avenue early in the morning. It is safer, not put that off to decide what differences and make it in a sense when I was told this morning about the investigation of apprehending the person responsible I was interested to hear what was going on with the case, and I pray to God. That person receives a full measure of justice and I will do everything in my small abilities to make it occur because what he did was unspeakable to Steven Adams to his body. Ain't into his wife into his Children to die alone on Eastern Avenue. In the dark. Horrible pain. By himself. It's just something I can't imagine so tomorrow Saturday at 1 30, the public is welcomed. To come to the Montgomery and boathouse. To celebrate. The life of Steven R. Adams. We'll never see him again. That doesn't exist on on Easter. He'd come in here with a literally an Easter bunny outfit on If it was the fourth of July. He did go out and have made Uncle Sam outfits. He'd walk around bars and Thanksgiving when Thanksgiving on that Wednesday before and a turkey outfit handing out his card. And we had disputes about whether or not that was very professional or not. But my God, was he entertaining? You could not be around Steven Adams without feeling good. We were talking just before his death about him and I and the wives going out to Las Vegas because of a seminar in March. And we were getting the dates. Let's try to make it happen. I like going to Las Vegas. But I said it might be tough to go there in this climate. Who knows what it's going to bathe? This? Covert 19 isn't getting better. It's getting worse. Has exhibited by the fact that a Kroger they're limiting purchases so that people don't begin hoarding toilet paper. For God's sakes. That wasn't Steve's character at all he was giving. He was warm. It was welcoming numerous charitable causes that he benefited. And he died really in.

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"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 9 months ago

"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on KOMO

"N. B. C.'s Jessica Ettinger and a look at how markets fared yesterday stocks are coming off a mixed day the Dow was down almost one percent down two hundred and eighteen points the S. and P. five hundred down twenty points the nasdaq was the only one of the green it was up forty five points more meat packing plants are shutting down as workers come down with covert nineteen disrupting the U. S. meat supply chain grocery stores like Kroger are eyeing restaurant supplies to try to keep meat stocked for shoppers chicken pork and beef we're constantly have one of those items that are two of those usually three we're working with all of our meat suppliers to figuring out how to get products that were diverted to restaurants before to get diverted to our stores Kroger CEO Rodney McMullen on CNBC and a new study says there are different strains of coronavirus now in the US it's mutating as car sales have fallen off a cliff Congress is looking at authorizing tax dollars to be used as aid to the auto industry the NFL is planning for a normal season in the fall but it's created a uniform ticket refund policy across the league in the event games have to be played in empty stadiums next season what are the drug companies going to do if the corona virus keeps mutating well there are different strains in the U. S. but experts say it's not really a problem for vaccine development and it's not as bad as some of the headlines make it sound there's a lot of different strains circulating this this virus has undergone genetic trip just because it mutates doesn't mean it's changing in ways that's going to make it more dangerous and more effective it is going to drift over time but just because it's changing doesn't mean is changing in ways that's making it worse or better former FDA commissioner.

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"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:16 min | 9 months ago

"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"On America in the morning with C. N. B. C.'s Jessica Ettinger and a look at how markets fared yesterday stocks are coming off a mixed day the Dow was down almost one percent down two hundred and eighteen points the S. and P. five hundred down twenty points the nasdaq was the only one of the green it was up forty five points more meat packing plants are shutting down as workers come down with covert nineteen disrupting the U. S. meat supply chain grocery stores like Kroger are eyeing restaurant supplies to try to keep meat stocked for shoppers chicken pork and beef we're constantly have one of those items that are two of those usually three we're working with all of our meat suppliers to figure out how to get products that were diverted to restaurants before to get diverted to our stores Kroger CEO Rodney McMullen on CNBC and a new study says there are different strains of coronavirus now in the US it's mutating as car sales have fallen off a cliff Congress is looking at authorizing tax dollars to be used as aid to the auto industry the NFL is planning for a normal season in the fall but it's created a uniform ticket refund policy across the league in the event games have to be played in empty stadiums next season what are the drug companies going to do if the corona virus keeps mutating well there are different strains in the U. S. but experts say it's not really a problem for vaccine development and it's not as bad as some of the headlines make it sound there's a lot of different strains circulating this this virus has undergone genetic trip just because it mutates doesn't mean it's changing in ways that's going to make it more dangerous and more infectious it is going to drift over time but just because it's changing doesn't mean is changing in ways that's making it worse or better former FDA commissioner Dr Scott Gottlieb on CNBC CNBC's Jessica Ettinger at twenty three past in a high stakes political fight over the U. S. postal services finances a coalition of online retailers backed by Amazon kicked off of more than two million dollar ad campaign correspondent Barbara Cusick feels a sense the ad blitz is an effort to whip up Republican opposition to president trump's demand that the cash strapped US postal service increased delivery rates to avoid bankruptcy amid the coronavirus crisis The New York Times reports that while the ads.

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"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:15 min | 9 months ago

"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Business on American morning with C. N. B. C.'s Jessica Ettinger and a look at tell markets fared yesterday stocks are coming off a mixed day the Dow was down almost one percent down two hundred and eighteen points the S. and P. five hundred down twenty points the nasdaq was the only one of the green it was up forty five points more meat packing plants are shutting down as workers come down with covert nineteen disrupting the U. S. meat supply chain grocery stores like Kroger are eyeing restaurant supplies to try to keep meat stocked for shoppers chicken pork and beef we're constantly have one of those items that are two of those usually three we're working with all of our meat suppliers to figure out how to get products that were diverted to restaurants before to get diverted to our stores Kroger CEO Rodney McMullen on CNBC and a new study says there are different strains of coronavirus now in the US it's mutating as car sales have fallen off a cliff Congress is looking at authorizing tax dollars to be used as an aid to the auto industry the NFL is planning for a normal season in the fall but it's created a uniform ticket refund policy across the league in the event games have to be played in empty stadiums next season what are the drug companies going to do if the corona virus keeps mutating well there are different strains in the U. S. but experts say it's not really a problem for vaccine development and it's not as bad as some of the headlines make it sound there's a lot of different strains circulating this this virus has undergone genetic drift just because it mutates doesn't mean it's changing in ways that's going to make it more dangerous and more infectious it is going to drift over time but just because it's changing doesn't mean is changing in ways that's making it worse or better former FDA commissioner Dr Scott Gottlieb on CNBC C. N. B. C.'s Jessica Ettinger at twenty three past in a high stakes political fight over the U. S. postal services finances a coalition of online retailers backed by M. Azon kicked off of more than two million dollar ad campaign correspondent Barbara Cusick feels a sense the ad blitz is an effort to whip up Republican opposition to president trump's demand that the cash strapped US postal service increased delivery rates to avoid bankruptcy amid the coronavirus crisis the.

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"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:44 min | 9 months ago

"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Be counted in the next time you're at Kroger you'll notice that the workers are going to have a new look Kroger employees are now required to wear facemask CEO Rodney McMullen announcing the policy in an email to customers he says Kroger's providing employees with masks and they're free to wear their own and facials for those who can't wear masks for medical reasons Kroger has led the way in terms of safety keeping stores at half capacity and experimenting with one way aisles for example a Kroger also published the first installment of a resource guide they've written to help other companies both big and small create their own plans to reopen safely the guide is called sharing what we've learned a blueprint for businesses it's full of recommendations and downloadable materials I sandy Collins news radio seven hundred WLW snap participants can use their benefits to purchase eligible grocery through Walmart's pickup and delivery service participants will be able to shop online and pay for their purchase using their EBT card at pick up or drop off all shoppers need to do is select the BT card as their payment method during checkout and in case you missed the Bengals final selections in the draft this weekend here's a recap Fauria the Bengals other defensive focus during the final day the twenty twenty NFL draft in the fourth round they selected linebacker Akeem Davis Gaither out of Appalachian state kala Karim who played the edging Notre Dame was picked up in the fifth round when the Bengals got around six they went with an offensive guard gave a good age it's a name Bengals fans will get to know is that energy who played at Kansas was asked by a reporter to provide the proper pronunciation of his last name Cincinnati then went back to the linebacker position with its final selection picking produce markets Bailey in the end the Bengals drafted four defensive players three of.

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"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:51 min | 9 months ago

"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on WTVN

"Out of the state program once they turn eighteen this program that I'm announcing today will provide them with the safety net during these very difficult times also making this option available for the young people are bridges program which is our foster care to age twenty one program our young people turning twenty one over the next few months can stand bridges which will help them maintain their housing their jobs and their education without these changes they might otherwise find themselves on the road before things settle down Ohio's coronavirus case count is now in fifteen thousand nine hundred and sixty three over thirty one hundred high winds are in the hospital with the virus and nine hundred and fifty two people are in the I see you and next time you're at Kroger you'll notice that the workers are gonna have a new look Kroger employees are now required to wear facemask CEO Rodney McMullen announcing the policy in an email to customers he says Kroger's providing employees with masks and they're free to wear their own and facials for those who can't wear masks for medical reasons Kroger has led the way in terms of safety keeping stores at half capacity and experimenting with one way aisles for example a Kroger also published the first installment of a resource guide they've written to help other companies both big and small create their own plans to reopen safely the guide is called sharing what we've learned a blueprint for businesses it's full of recommendations and downloadable materials I sandy Collins and there was no update from the Ohio governor yesterday or today but there will be one tomorrow one to one and all that this plane to start re opening the state for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast app for the latest news and information I'm Sarah leaves news stories at the top and bottom of every hour this is use radios WTVN the.

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"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:06 min | 9 months ago

"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"L. W. it's a dreary day overcast light rain and forty three degrees in Cincinnati lots of protesters driving around the capital in Columbus yesterday demanding they be allowed to go back to work house Majority Leader bill sites wants to hear more about Ohioans who are recovering from the virus but let's put it in context because just to give those scary numbers without also giving the much more encouraging numbers of the percentage of recovery the percentage that are currently in the hospital which is a very low number the Republican from Cincinnati's west side told the Jason Williams show that he believes the Ohio house wants a faster re opening of the state than what he's heard from governor to wine we'll find out on Monday he's gonna release is planned on Monday hi Matt Rees news radio seven hundred WLW now Kroger employees are required to wear face masks at work to CEO Rodney McMullen announce a change yesterday Kroger providing masks for employees and they are free to wear their own as well for those who can't wear mask because of medical reasons yeah they are going to allow them to wear face shields Kroger's been leading the way in terms of safety keeping stores at half capacity and experimenting with one way aisles etcetera the Kroger also published the first installment of a new resource guide to help other businesses both large and small to create their own re opening planned I have safety plans it's called sharing what we've learned a blueprint for businesses is full of recommendations and downloadable materials a Cincinnati UDF worker has tested positive now United dairy farmers has closed the store on Smith road in Norwood no word yet on the re opening date that worker last clocked out on Thursday all customers they say who visited the Norwood UDF on Smith road before that a few days before that should monitor for symptoms for more on front of Irish good the I heart radio app and tap podcast for the latest news and information our next update at eleven I sandy Collins news radio seven hundred WLW feeling.

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Grocery stores see food supplies stabilizing, but don't expect hand sanitizer soon

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:35 sec | 9 months ago

Grocery stores see food supplies stabilizing, but don't expect hand sanitizer soon

"And the head of Kroger the parent company of Ralph was on Good Morning America talking about the food supply Rodney McMullen says things are stabilizing our toilet paper I think within a week or so you you'll be able to find it anywhere and I know the last for Kroger stores I've been in over the last couple of days we had toilet paper and that was in the morning and evening as well on hand sanitizer I think it's gonna take a little bit longer he encourages people to buy only what they need don't horns and the network spoke to other grocery store reps as well who agreed the nation's food supply would not run dry president of the food industry association agreed saying

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Kroger wants grocery workers considered as first responders

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

Kroger wants grocery workers considered as first responders

"A grocery store chain once more protections for employees here CBS news correspondent Deborah Rodriguez wants its four hundred sixty thousand supermarket workers to be classified as extended first responders or emergency personnel during the pandemic CEO Rodney McMullen is joining the United food commercial workers International Union calling for access to personal protective equipment like masks and gloves he says it's critical that they have access because of high exposure to the public McMillan says it's not just about employees it's about protecting shoppers as well for Kroger workers have died in Michigan others have gotten sick Deborah Rodriguez

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"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:44 min | 10 months ago

"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"We don't always think of those who work in supermarkets and grocery stores as types of first responders but they have been on the covert nineteen front lines or CBS news correspondent Deborah Rodriguez Kroger once it's four hundred sixty thousand supermarket workers to be classified as extended first responders or emergency personnel during the pandemic CEO Rodney McMullen is joining the United food commercial workers International Union calling for access to personal protective equipment like masks and gloves he says it's critical that they have access because of high exposure to the public McMillan says it's not just about employees it's about protecting shoppers as well for Kroger workers have died in Michigan others have gotten sick Deborah Rodriguez CBS news and guess who Barack Obama wants to win the presidential election in November don't think it's gonna be a big surprise it's the man who was his vice president Mr Obama on Tuesday endorsing Joe Biden I'm Steve Futterman CBS news four weeks number one station news radio nine fifty WG good morning thank you for joining us it's Wednesday April fifteenth normally tax day twenty twenty I'm Jim Matthews for double detainees radio nine fifty there can be a few wet snow flakes in the Detroit area early on this Wednesday in a spotty rain showers this afternoon and still chilly tomorrow the complete accu weather forecast coming up Mets meteorologist Carl Babinski right now it's clear skies are twenty eight degrees for Detroit public opinions timed out to all five latest assistance from the Michigan health department says the number of confirmed cases of the corona virus has now topped twenty seven thousand there were also one hundred sixty six deaths reported in the past day bring the corona virus death toll up to one thousand seven hundred sixty eight all.

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"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:42 min | 11 months ago

"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Cases of the corona virus and that is in sixteen counties Cuyahoga county still reporting the most with thirty one now the latest traffic and weather together right now still closed due to an accident Westminster Avenue both north and southbound just north of spring Grove Avenue to establish a vehicle struck a pole and brought the utility pole down now ladies forecast from a train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred WLW we'll see a little of thirty eight degrees for tonight partly cloudy skies and Wednesdays those clouds will come back into the picture as we're looking at a chance for some afternoon rain lasting on into Friday now Wednesday's highs will make it into the sixties we'll see a high of sixty three degrees from your severe weather station nine first warning forecast a raven Richard these radio seven hundred WLW radar showing a sunny skies the sun begins to set our current temperature is fifty degrees in an effort to curb the number of current virus cases Kentucky governor Andy Beshear announcing new closures that will go into effect at five o'clock tomorrow afternoon entertainment and recreational facilities community and recreation centers gyms and exercise facilities hair salons nail salons spas concert venues theaters and sporting event facilities this year says retail grocery stores and trash collection or just some of the many businesses in operation second stay open as long as they follow CDC guidelines the latest number has twenty six confirmed cases of covered nineteen in the bluegrass state Indiana is now up to thirty Kroger CEO Rodney McMullen in a video on Twitter says that the grocery store chain is working hard to keep shelves stocked.

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"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Studios at radio city here's Jeanne roller should be back Monday Alec scroll feeling in quite capable you these last couple of mornings we thank him for that baby I just have a family for grocery nerds maybe it's because I work in a grocery store I did work in a grocery store if my mom did had some other relatives who did but the the whole food business to me it's just fascinating the way the competition works out change always a constant when it comes to the grocery landscape in this neck of the woods as new competitors flood the market long time local players have had to adapt journal several reporting this morning that Roni's in its flagship conceive grocery stores were all but under siege four years ago local and national competition was gaining Wisconsin traction as they themselves were in debt and they could invest in their stores that's when Kroger and its C. E. O. Rodney McMullen said let's buy roadies they did they invested some three hundred fifty million dollars in Wisconsin stop the bleeding infecting well in telling the paper that they are gaining market share Kroeber the third largest retailer in the U. S. behind Walmart and Amazon Kroger investing fifty five million dollars to build an automated fulfillment warehouse in pleasant prairie in Kenosha county it'll feature robots that will put together online orders in as little as five minutes it'll create some four hundred jobs as well serving Wisconsin Illinois in part of Indiana soldiers will be machines will be real life breeding people there it's one of twenty such operations colder Kroger is building across the country Amazon ready as it can ocean county distribution facility they're building another in oak creek Amazon and Walmart are seen as too of Kroger's biggest rivals Kroger still has well over a third of the state grocery market employing some twelve thousand five hundred was cut.

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"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Abilities? To get us all out of here. The world we exist. That sounds like the bad guys teaming up on the sci-fi thriller glass atop the weekend box office made just over forty and a half million dollars coming in second you need to prove you're looking for work. I've been looking trust me three tomorrow or you can tell. Kevin hart. Bryan, cranston's the upside the comedy drama earned nearly sixteen million dollars. It's twenty five now money news on KYW America's biggest supermarket chain is seeing signs at US shoppers are getting nervous about the future. Rodney McMullen he says that if you ask papers right now how they're feeling pretty optimistic. But if you change the question a little bit too. How do you feel about the future? That's where uncertainty calms Jordan home and wrote the story for Bloomberg news, and she says global and domestic uncertainty is causing consumer apprehension it could be a fork in the road moment. For example, we're looking at trade negotiations how those get solved or not solve then there's the partial government shutdown coupled with recent weakness from some big well-known retailers. Even though we saw strong holiday felt overall. He thought some key retailer struggle in that area. Among them, Kohl's and Macy's Kroger operates supermarkets and other types of stores in thirty five states giving the Cincinnati based company a clear window into Americans buying habits with money news from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Charlie Pellett relief is on the.

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"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Sixty reportedly had Northgate to in the roadway. One on the shoulder. Speeds ends his aren't showing a slowdown. However, indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring where business owners and HR professionals can pose job openings with screener questions, then sorts review and communicate with candidates from an online dashboard. Learn more at indeed dot com slash higher. Next update. Seven thirty. I'm Brian Noble's. Newsradio KF vk. Chilly start to this morning, mostly sunny, highs in the upper fifties later today, why at week with patchy fog in the morning, then mostly sunny, we will be above average when it comes to temperatures in the upper fifties to low sixties right now Stockton. You're forty five degrees. It is forty two degrees in Davis and forty in Sacramento at NewsRadio K F B K. It is a holiday, and that means the markets are closed. So Kelly brothers has the morning off. But we have a lot more business news from the Bloomberg business desk, America's biggest supermarket chain is seeing signs at US shoppers are getting nervous about the future. Rodney mcmullen. He said that if you it right now how they're pretty optimistic. But if you change the question a little bit too. How do you feel about the future? That's where uncertainty comes home and wrote the story for Bloomberg news, and she says global and domestic uncertainty is causing consumer apprehension it could be a fork in the moment. For example, we're looking at trade negotiations. How those get solved or not solve the partial government shutdown coupled with recent weakness from some big well-known retailers, even though we saw strong holiday sales overall, you fought some key retailer struggle in that area. Among them, Kohl's and Macy's Kroger operates supermarkets and other types of stores in thirty five states giving the Cincinnati-based. Company a clear window into Americans buying habits. I'm Charlie Pellett. Bloomberg radio. British Prime Minister Theresa May's expected to outline her Brexit plan B today just days after her first proposal suffered a crushing defeat in parliament may wants to get a second plan on the table. Well, before March twenty nine that's the deadline for the UK to leave the European Union. European Union phone SEI is back in the apple online store the phone which is smaller than the standard bottle runs between two hundred forty nine and two ninety nine they popped up Saturday, and we're already listed as out of stock by Sunday a child prodigy is making history. He's an incoming freshman. Majoring in physics, and he's only eleven I'm very excited. Waiting for this. Longtime Elijah priestly is the youngest person ever to receive a full scholarship to Southern University. A historically black college in Baton Rouge. He's just starting his first semester with much older classmates. He.

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"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"This is a Bloomberg market minute. America's biggest supermarket chain is seeing signs that US shoppers are getting nervous about the future. Rodney mcmullen. If you ask people right now how they're filling they're pretty optimistic. But if you change the question a little bit too. How do you feel about the future? That's where the uncertainty comes Holman wrote the story for Bloomberg news, and she says global and domestic uncertainty is causing consumer apprehension it could be a fork in the road moment. For example, we're looking at trade negotiations how those get solved or not solve then there's the partial government shutdown coupled with recent weakness from some big well-known retailers, even though we saw strong holiday sales overall befalls some key retailer struggle in that area. Among them, Kohl's and Macy's Kroger operates supermarkets and other types of stores in thirty five states giving the Cincinnati based company a clear window into Americans buying habits. I'm Charlie Pellett. Bloomberg radio. We're streaming live at KOA NewsRadio dot com and on the free iheartradio app. Signs that US shoppers are getting nervous about the future. Rodney McMullen if you have paper race right now how they're filling. They're pretty optimistic. But if you change the question a little bit too. How do you feel about the future? That's where the uncertainty comes Jordan Holman wrote the story for Bloomberg news, and she says global and domestic uncertainty is causing consumer apprehension it could be a fork in the road moment. For example, we're looking at trade negotiations how those get solved or not solve then there's the partial government shutdown coupled with recent weakness from some big well-known retailers, even though we saw strong holiday sales overall, you fought some key retailers struggle in that area. Among them, Kohl's and Macy's Kroger operates supermarkets and other types of stores in thirty five states giving the Cincinnati based company a clear window into Americans buying habits. I'm Charlie Pellett. Bloomberg radio. This.

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"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"CBS? Three eyewitness weather forecast. We have mostly sunny skies today. High thirty six clear tonight, low twenty three sunny again tomorrow, a little warmer too high forty one right now twenty seven degrees in collingswood Twenty-eight in Mayfair twenty-seven at the acme admitted for sponsored by acme. Download the acne app for awards on groceries and gas just for you. And you heard Brian talking about action in Logan township where the roads are closed. What's going on? There is police in Gloucester county are on the scene of what's being described as an active shooter at a UPS mail innovations warehouse on Birch creek road. We have no information of any injuries. At this time. We have one reporter already on the scene. Another on the way, stay with us. We will have the very latest on this developing story in other news HBO names, the date for the starter of the final season of the game of thrones come tonight HBO's teaser trailer for the eighth and. Title season of game of thrones show, sisters area and Sansa stark and their cousin John snow in the winter fell the castle where they grew up. They come face to face with statues of themselves Justice John area, pull out their swords. The castle is covered over with frost. The premier date is April fourteenth a year and nine months after season seven began finale will consist of just six episodes. Deborah rodriguez. CBS news time now for money news. Here's Bloomberg's Courtney Donohoe. Stocks are falling as we begin a new trading week. The drop comes on disappointing trade data out of China. The week report puts pressure on China to strike a deal with the White House with additional tariffs set to hit the Chinese economy in March Newmont Mining will buy rival Goldcorp in a deal valued at ten billion dollars, creating the world's largest gold miner. The transaction comes just three months after another blockbuster gold deal. When Barrick Gold degree to acquire Randgold resources in five point four billion dollar transaction. Action America's biggest supermarket chain of seeing signs that shoppers are getting nervous about the future. Kroger CEO Rodney McMullen said the US appears to be at a fork in the road and wider macroeconomic issues like trade negotiations. Don't get resolved the situation could take a turn for the worse and FedEx's testing full-service residential delivery of bulk products under a pilot project FedEx is carrying items such as washing machines and sofas into a customer's home and assembling them. With money news from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Courtney Donohoe.

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"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Walk into the game together. And he said to me sorry. I can't go. I don't have a ticket. I said well today's your lucky day, David O'Connor, Springfield was just going to hang out in the law. They took off to the barroom, and I didn't feel like going. He doesn't drink you say, and he has never been in Gillette stadium until now and Curtis. George says he handed his spare ticket to the right guy. This gentleman, and it's probably one of the most honorable things that's done because it was just a great day, and we won. And it's it's great at Foxboro. Karyn regal WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio nine eight at Boston's NewsRadio. In the early numbers on Wall Street suggest to we could be in for a rocky day. Let's check out Bloomberg business. Now, Andrew O'day. Good morning. Andrew. Yeah. Could be rocky. Indeed, Dow futures right now down one hundred ninety one Jeff s&p futures are down twenty points. A lot of this is being fueled by a week report coming out of China trade data a weaker than forecasts that also ascending shares down in Europe. And of course in Asia, the nation's biggest supermarket operator seeing signs at its own customers getting nervous about the future. Speaking at the national retail federation's annual trade show. Rodney McMullen CEO of Kroger. Corporations as customers feel incredibly good about the economy right now, but very nervous about where things are headed and finding fits with this one the majority of Americans expect this here to be a grim one for their personal finances. bankratEcom find slightly more than fifty five percent. Don't see their economic situation improving, including almost twelve percent who think their prospects are going to get worse. Andrew O'day, Bloomberg business on WBZ..

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"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"rodney mcmullen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The. Only mall store left in the tri-state, Kroger says the days of the plastic bags are numbered CEO Rodney McMullen, says eliminate them from all, stores by twenty twenty-five. Bam will be phased in at their different chains across the country starting in the Pacific northwest searches, on for a man in his forties with gray hair in north college hill suspect was wearing blue jeans and a blue t shirt wanted A violent robbery this morning at the super laundromat on Goodman avenue police say a, woman working, inside was punched, several times dragged through the building, by her hair she was taken, to the hospital for treatment if you have information, on the attacker call crime. Stoppers three five to thirty, forty gunfire last night in the West. End, police say it happened in the area of star. Jill stadium or a high school football game was, taking, place number of officers responded but there were no reports of any injuries that stadium site is where FC Cincinnati. Is going to be building its new MLS stadium in the west soccer club one step closer to building thirty. Million dollar training complex in Milford county commissioners have approved a package of incentives include. A hike in the hotel tax. To help pay for the project Commissioner David. Paynter joined Scott Sloan to, talk about the development of six good reds outfielder. Billy Hamilton and, pitcher about Harvey both be traded reports say the players have been claimed off waivers by teams are now have, forty eight hours to try and make a deal today's opening day for a brand new event in the tragic the sin dependent film festival independent film festival gets underway today Day and over the ride one hundred and Twenty-one films will be shown over the next three days including a documentary about Layla Alcorn the, transgender Kingsmill student who committed, suicide back in two thousand fourteen Of course, a very touching in, challenging subject so I love that we have something like that to bring story back to the city and two incommunicado stations around challenging stories like that Alison. West is, the co founder of the festival late..

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